Our Impact

Building Strategic Partnership for improved education and healthcare delivery in West Africa >

West Africa partners under the project, “Uniting constituencies to fight corruption in health and education in West Africa i.e., Sierra Leone, Benin and Ghana” with funding from OSIWA  have expressed joy and satisfaction over skills and knowledge sharing received from Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition. 


Partners testified that ideas and skills shared under the partnership have enabled them to identify common procurement gaps and how to advocate for systemic changes to reduce procurement-related corruption in the health and education sectors in their respective countries.    

Enhancing Accountability through LANETs >

Evidence from the various Local Accountability Networks (LANets) suggest that Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition’s effort to promote transparency and accountability in the disbursement and usage of the Covid-19 fund is yielding results.


From Reactive to Proactive Disclosure; Public Officials’ Mindset Change Leads to Increased Disclosure and Contract Monitoring >
The local governance system is faced with issues of limited participation, more so, the depth of engagement is gradually shrinking.
Contracts Monitoring Training: A Bridge to an Empowered Citizenry >
An informed citizen contributes to the shaping of a country’s development. Section 1 (1) of Ghana’s Right to Information (RTI) Act, 2019 (Act 989) gives every citizen the right to ask for any information that is held by public institutions, including private institutions performing a public function in Ghana, whereas section 1 (2) requires that all public institutions must make it easy for the public to obtain information.

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